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Molecular autoionization

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Understanding the Auto Ionization Reaction

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Autoionization in Liquid Water

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Autoionization Example

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Autonization, Autodissociation

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Aqueous Equilibria

Molecular autoionization is a reaction between molecules of the same substance to produce ions. If a pure liquid partially dissociates into ions, it is said to be self-ionizing. The oxidation number on all atoms in such a reaction remains unchanged. Such autoionization can be protic, or non-protic.
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